Hyper Light Drifter has a badass new trailer, and we know when it’s coming out: spring 2016.
Flywrench is a simple video game, but you will die a great many times. Yet like Super Meat Boy or N++, the controls are so good, you can’t help but blame yourself.
Martin Bergman has done it. He’s released shots of a graphics mod for GTA V on PC that actually, and noticeably, improve the game’s visuals.
Ever wanted to create your own universe? Or destroy it by ramming planets into each other, destruction derby-style? Well, here you go.
Remember Starbound, the huge 2D exploration/building game that landed on Early Access a couple years ago? Well, it just got a massive update. It adds the ability to construct NPC-populated colonies. There are also 400 new micro-dungeons and improvements to pretty much every part of the game.
Remember Half-Life: Blue Shift, that expansion where you played as Barney, the security guard? Well, Blue Shift’s Source engine remake, Black Mesa: Insecurity, just got its very first teaser trailer. You can watch it below, and follow the mod’s Mod DB page and/or Black Mesa Forum thread for updates.
The creator of Five Nights at Freddy’s is not taking a break, but he doesn’t want the community to, either. He’s a little disappointed in them, actually, and threatening to not open “the box.”
Zombie-killing fans have been hearing a lot about the purportedly very large expansion pack for this year’s surprisingly excellent game Dying Light. But we haven’t actually seen that much of it yet. Developer Techland put out a 15 minute gameplay video for the DLC today, and it looks, well, game-changing.
Still have all your old Dreamcast saves lying around somewhere? Wait, really? Well then, you’re in luck.
If you like your nightmares with an extra helping of anime-inspired ultraweird, you’ve come to the right place.
The Trine series of fantasy platformers is beloved, especially on Steam. Trine 3, however, has longtime fans upset.
When reports come out that renowned pachinko manufacturer Konami treats its game developers like prisoners, you won’t hear much. But when a website suggests that the new game Metal Gear Solid V has required microtransactions? Konami comes out swinging.
For the past few days, I’ve done very little but play Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, a new video game made by the well-known spa company Konami. I’ve been sneaking and shooting through deserts and forests. I’ve infiltrated bases, crippled soldiers, and taken four showers. It has been wonderful.
One weekend. Two events. Three countries, three stadiums.
As has been demonstrated on this venerable website previously, Poly Bridge players have made some weird and cool stuff. They haven’t stopped yet, and I haven’t stopped watching their GIFs. And you shouldn’t either.
In the “objective video game review” sense, Alpha Protocol is pretty much the worst. It’s super irritating to play, and every time I speak with somebody from Obsidian, the studio that made it, they just shake their head. But on the Phil Owen “Was This A Big Waste Of Time?” Scale, however, Alpha Protocol comes out on…
The Flock is a multiplayer horror game that ends after too many people die. Cool idea! The game itself? Freaky, but limited.
“Why anyone would ever play this game is beyond me.” 542.9 hours played. You’ve probably seen a Steam review or two to that effect before. Steam Review Watch is an entire tumblr of them. Enjoy.
Juggalo Geralt says hello.